About SEKID

 

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Welcome

 

Welcome to the South East Kelowna Irrigation District web site. For information about the district you can search this site by using the drop down menus on the menu bar above. Feel free to contact district staff by phone if you cannot find the information you are looking for or if you want additional information not posted on this site.

Regular office hours are from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM Monday to Friday. In the case of an emergency, on-call staff can be contacted 24 hours a day by calling 250 861-4200.

 

Domestic Tolls for 2016

(For annual charges paid on or before February 29, 2016)

 

Annual Toll

Special Charge

Sub-total

Discount

Total

Savings

Phase 1

$600.00

$240.00

$840.00

-$9.00

$831.00

$9.00

Phase 2

$600.00

 

$600.00

-$9.00

$591.00

$9.00

 

In addition to monthly tolls for domestic and commeracial water use, a special Water Quality Levy is charged to all residents who live in the Phase 1 service area. For a complete list of charges, including rates for secondary suites and Farm Help accomodation, follow this link to our Billing Page. For more information on the Water Quality Improvement Program, please follow this link: SEKID WQIP. To find out if you live in Phase 1 or Phase 2, follow the link below.

 

Moving Forward: A Plan of Action for Improving SEKID Water Quality


Are you in Phase 1? Click here and enter your address.

The South East Kelowna Irrigation District (SEKID) is taking another step in the move toward meeting mandatory provincial water quality standards and ratepayers' demands for higher quality water.


Taking into account the feedback received from ratepayers since the Water Quality Improvement Project (WQIP) was introduced in 2012, trustees have developed a feasible funding plan that avoids borrowing by constructing the new system in two phases. Read More ».

 

 

Water Quality Notifications:

The latest water quality notificationj news release can be read at this link:

News Release WQA 2014

If you are interested in receiving notification by email of water quality changes, please go to the Kelowna Joint Water Committee web site and sign up to receive the latest water quality notifications.

 

DID YOU KNOW?

 

  • There is LESS water available per person in the Okanagan than anywhere else in Canada.
  • The Okanagan has one of the highest rates of water use per person in Canada.
  • 24% of ALL water used in the Okanagan is used on our household lawns and gardens.

 

For more information on how to conserve water and a chance to win great prizes at the same time, visit the Make Water Work web page!

 

 


 

 

Keep Zebra and Quagga mussels out of B.C.

Zebra and Quagga mussels are exotic mollusks that have wreaked havoc accross the eastern seaboard and mid-west of North America. They thrive in freshwater lakes and have serious economic impacts wherever they spread. They are now reaching the western states and are moving steadily towards B.C.

Follow this link to find out more about these mussels and how to stop their spread:

 

 

   
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